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It’s hard to believe, but it’s been nearly 8 years since eBay acquired After all that time, eBay has decided to rebrand the property as the eBay Commerce Network in a move the company says will “better reflect its evolution from a single-destination” site to a “robust commerce network”. The company said in an announcement: Consumers’ shopping habits have …

Read More Founder Killed in Plane Crash Near Greece

A report that has caught on like wildfire on Twitter is indicating that Founder Nahum Sharfman has been killed in a plane crash in the sea near the Greek island of Zakynthos.

What looks to be the original source of this news is written in Hebrew, but according to the Jerusalem post, the bodies of "a couple" were discovered this morning. Though that article does not ID them, Sharfman and his wife were evidently the couple.

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Skype Gets A New CEO

Skype isn’t exactly a model company; onlookers have often equated it with an anchor weighing eBay down.  But, be that as it may, Josh Silverman seems content enough to have been appointed CEO of the Internet telephone company.

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Does Google Police Online Pharmacies Enough?

Recent deaths associated with drugs bought at online pharmacies have brought the issue front and center for many Americans. It’s still unclear as to whose responsibility it is to police them, but the strongest critics are pointing fingers at search engines and comparison-shopping sites.

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